Found July 19, 2013 on NESN.com:
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Mariano Rivera may have worked the eighth inning in Tuesday’s All-Star Game instead of his traditional ninth, but future Hall of Famer’s entrance was memorable nonetheless. During Red Sox GameDay LIVE on Friday, Tom Caron, Dennis Eckersley and Peter Abraham looked back at Rivera’s 1-2-3 inning at Citi Field — for which he was named MVP — and discussed what to expect when the 43-year-old takes the mound at Fenway Park for the final time. Hear what they had to say in the video above.
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